Anti-Racism Faith Book Study
August 10, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
An event every week that begins at 8:00 am on Monday, repeating until August 10, 2020
Hosted by Storyline Community, Milwaukie Lutheran Church, Oak Grove United Methodist Church – Oregon and Franciscan Spiritual Center
The work of deconstructing white supremacy in our lives is ongoing work, work that takes asking uncomfortable questions of ourselves, our friends, our loved ones, and our institutions.
We know this work doesn’t always happen in isolation, so we are providing a space to do some of that work together- a place where you will be invited to sit in discomfort, to receive a sermon of the lived experience of a black man in America, and what it has to say to us.
Book Club Schedule: Week 1, 7/6: I. Call to Worship, II. Hymn of Praise Week 2: 7/13: III. Invocation, IV. Scripture Reading Week 3: 7/20: Sermon: Repenting of Whiteness, 1. Inventing Whiteness Week 4: 7/27: Sermon: Repenting of Whiteness, 2. Five Stages of White Grief and 3. Plague of White Innocence Week 5: 8/3, Sermon: Being Black in America (4-6) Week 6: 8/10: VI. Benediction, VII. Offering Plate, IX. Closing Prayer
Here’s the link for registration for the book study: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwvf-qvrD4pHNFk4OfEwyODM_1kqYRpUDIM This can be posted to social media, the FB event etc. Participants will get an email with the zoom link following registration.
[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Picture of book cover (Tears We Cannot Stop by Michael Eric Dyson) with the following text: If you’re looking for a space where you can ask your hard questions, unpack your confusions, and be honest about the work you will have to do, then this study is for you. This is a compelling conversation offered from the heart of a Black man to a country built on whiteness. Join us for a six week virtual book study. Mondays from July 6 – Aug 10. 6:30-8:00 pm. Via Zoom. Presented by the Milwaukie Faith Collaboration: Storyline Community, Oak Grove United Methodist, Milwaukie Lutheran, the Franciscan Spiritual Center, Clackamas United Church of Christ, and King of King’s Lutheran]